Haynes, Hanson and Clark Conditions Stakes
The Haynes, Hanson and Clark Conditions Stakes is a flat horse race in Great Britain which is open to two-year-old thoroughbreds. It is run at Newbury over a distance of 1 mile (1,609 metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year in September.
The race is named after its long-term sponsor, the wine merchant Haynes, Hanson and Clark. It has often provided an early sighting of subsequent equine stars – past winners include Henbit (1979), Shergar (1980) and Rainbow Quest (1983). Another participant was Shahrastani, the runner-up in 1985.
Future champions have appeared less frequently in the race since the late 1980s. The most notable winners of this period are Unfuwain, King's Theatre and Nayef. Defeated horses have included Snurge, White Muzzle, Millenary and Red Rocks. The 2006 race was contested by both Authorized (3rd) and Aqaleem (2nd), subsequently first and third in the following year's Derby.
Winners since 1986
|1986||Thameen||Tony Murray||Harry Thomson Jones||1:41.15|
|1987||Unfuwain||Willie Carson||Dick Hern||1:39.88|
|1988||Star Shareef ||Bruce Raymond||John Dunlop||1:39.90|
|1989||Tanfith||Geoff Baxter||Robert Armstrong||1:40.60|
|1990||Prince Russanor||Simon Whitworth||John Dunlop||1:44.17|
|1991||Zinaad||Pat Eddery||Michael Stoute||1:39.65|
|1992||Pembroke||Steve Cauthen||John Gosden||1:44.47|
|1993||King's Theatre||Willie Ryan||Henry Cecil||1:43.94|
|1994||Munwar||Richard Hills||Peter Walwyn||1:44.78|
|1995||Mick's Love||Michael Roberts||Mark Johnston||1:42.47|
|1996||King Sound||Willie Ryan||John Gosden||1:38.96|
|1997||Duck Row||Seb Sanders||James Toller||1:43.81|
|1998||Boatman||Pat Eddery||Roger Charlton||1:40.80|
|1999||Ethmaar||Tim Sprake||Marcus Tregoning||1:37.74|
|2000||Nayef||Richard Hills||Marcus Tregoning||1:40.53|
|2001||Fight Your Corner||Kevin Darley||Mark Johnston||1:38.47|
|2002||Saturn||Jamie Spencer||Michael Bell||1:39.19|
|2003||Elshadi||Martin Dwyer||Marcus Tregoning||1:39.29|
|2004||Merchant||Richard Mullen||Michael Bell||1:40.25|
|2005||Winged Cupid||Kevin Darley||Mark Johnston||1:37.50|
|2006||Teslin||Kevin Darley||Mark Johnston||1:40.44|
|2007||Centennial||Jimmy Fortune||John Gosden||1:40.08|
|2008||Taameer||Hayley Turner||Marcus Tregoning||1:41.19|
|2009||Ameer||Frankie Dettori||Saeed bin Suroor||1:38.68|
1 Moonfish finished first in 1988, but he was relegated to second place following a Stewards' Inquiry.